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GENOVATE convention report 2013(2013-03)The GENOVATE Convention took place at the Bradford University on 6th-8th March. During this Convention, the GENOVATE project was publicly presented to the Bradford University's academic staff and stakeholders and, for the first time, partners had the opportunity to meet personally and discuss in detail the Work Packages (WPs) they are each responsible for. The present report is aimed at briefly presenting the main topics and most relevant aspects that emerged during the three day meeting. The report is organized as follows: in Section 1 and 2 a brief overview is provided of the presentations at the GENOVATE Launch and at the International Women's Day Round Table. Section 3 reports on the International Advisory Board meeting; Section 4 describes the Change Academy Model presented on the second day of the Convention, while Section 5 is devoted to the consortium Leads' sessions. Finally, Section 6 reports on the Evaluation Workshop led by the Evaluation Team of UCM.
GENOVATE convention report 2014(2014-03)The GENOVATE Convention 2014 was held on 5th-‐7th March in the Hall Pazmaneum of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Work of the Trnava University in Trnava. One year after the first Convention that took place in the Bradford University's in March 2013, the GENOVATE partners consortium and some stakeholders meet in Trnava to discuss the most important achievements accomplished in the first year of the project and how to plan the work for the 12 months. The Convention programme is in Appendix 1. The present document reports briefly the main topics and most relevant aspects that emerged during the Second Convention of the GENOVATE project.
GENOVATE convention report 2015(2015-03)The GENOVATE Convention 2015 was held on March 11th-13th at the University College Cork (UCC). The annual convention is the occasion for the GENOVATE partners’ consortium to discuss the achievements accomplished during the past months of the project and how to plan the work for the forthcoming time. The GENOVATE project is in the third year of its realization, and this means that, thanks to the collaborative work made during the previous years, people are more experienced in the project needs and understand better how to profit of the annual meeting. As a consequence, the Convention programmes evolved during the past years: in particular, the programme of the third GENOVATE meeting was jointly developed for helping people in developing their work along the two levels of Gender Equality Action Plans (GEAP) and Work Packages (WPs) implementation. The present document reports briefly the main topics and most relevant aspects that emerged during the Third Convention of the GENOVATE project.
GENOVATE convention report 2016(2016-04)The GENOVATE Convention 2016 was held on 6 – 8 April 2016 in Amersfoort, Netherlands. Annual conventions provide the opportunity for Consortium partners to discuss their achievements at both the Institutional and at the Consortium level, to share information, and to plan and/or refine new actions. GENOVATE is currently in the fourth and last year of implementation: all partners are now in the final stages of their GEAP actions, and have been completing or have already finalized project deliverables. The Amersfoort Convention has been the space for partners to celebrate the successes of three intense years of collaborative work, but also to define the course of action for the remaining months of the project. The GENOVATE International Advisory Board also attended the Convention and actively participated in all the sessions, providing valuable feedback and support.